The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 14
I'm encouraged...out of all the reviews I've read...
Posted By: Edna O+
In Response To: Write Up on ER4YT (Ellen (A+))
...This one was the fairest and most balanced. True, it did keep harping on ER4YT being "unproven", etc., yada yda, and it is unfortunate that they chose to quote Klaper's inaccurate characterization of the diet as being one that advocates the consumption of "large quantities" of meat to the exclusion of other nutrients, because this is not the case. Six to eight ounces of meat at a meal is a very reasonable amount, and a balanced diet including vegetables like kale, broccoli, yams, etc. is advocated on the O diet--which is the diet Klaper must be referring to out of the four. But be all that as it may, I am still encouraged because I felt the tone of this review was overall much fairer and more respectful than other "mainstream" ones I have read before it.
It did point out how many, many people state they (we!) have been greatly benefited by the diet, and it did discuss the theory in a pretty detailed, respectful, FAIR way. After some of the utter drivel I've read, I found it pretty encouraging, as I think it indicates that, ultimately, you can't argue with success. As more and more people are discovering and following ER, long-term, and with great health benefits, even the mainstream reviewers are starting to, however grudgingly, give it the fair coverage and attention it deserves. It'll only get better from here, folks.
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Ellen (A+) -- Thursday, 27 July 2000, at 10:51 a.m.
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